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    Prime Minister Narendra Modi criticized the Congress during a rally on Wednesday in Ajmer. He was celebrating the BJP’s nine years in power at the central level. Modi highlighted his administration’s accomplishments while criticizing Congress for suspected corruption before 2014. He accused Congress of looting every citizen and taking an 85% commission in development works. Modi mentioned Rajiv Gandhi’s statement that if Congress distributes 100 paise for the people’s well-being, 85 of those paises went towards corruption.

    The prime minister emphasized that there has never been a lack of funding for national development projects. However, he stressed the importance of using the money the government sent for development projects. Modi claimed that the corrupt system created by Congress while in power was depleting the nation’s resources and impeding its progress.

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    During the rally, Modi also criticized the opposition, particularly Congress, for opposing the opening of the new Parliament building. He accused Congress of disrespecting the efforts of 60,000 workers and the sensibilities and ambitions of the nation.

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